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New Exhibit! At Willamette Heritage Center in Salem, Oregon

WILLAMETTE HERITAGE CENTER, GO FOR BROKE NATIONAL EDUCATION CENTER TO DEBUT TRAVELING EXHIBIT ON WWII JAPANESE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE “Courage and Compassion: Our Shared Story of the Japanese American WWII Experience” Opening is Friday, July 14, 2017  –  runs through September, 2017 Willamette Heritage Center (1313 Mill Street SE, Salem) WHC and the Go For Broke […]

Get Salem Moving – Building an Active & Age-Friendly Transportation Network -Wed., May 24th

GET SALEM MOVING Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM Salem’s Center 50+ Walk with nationally-renowned walking expert Dan Burden & to learn how YOU can help Salem build an Active & Age-Friendly Transportation Network! 4pm-6pm Winter-Maple Family-Friendly Bikeway Open House (Give feedback on the newest progress update!) 5pm-6pm Neighborhood Walk with Community Leaders (Learn how healthy streets […]

School Board Candidate Forum At Straub Middle School – April 20th – Tonight!

Hear from candidates running for the Salem-Keizer School Board Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 6:30pm at Straub Middle School Candidates: Zone 1: Mark Bateman, Kathy Goss, Kathleen Harder and Ross Swartzendruber Zone 3: Jonathan Baker and Sheronne Blasi Zone 5: Jesse Lippold and Levi Herrera-Lopez Zone 7: Paul Kyllo See Zone Map Note: All Salem-Keizer […]

Salem CityWatch weighs in on Salem Police Facility Bond Measure set for May!

At Salem CityWatch’s latest meeting on March 11th, it was voted unanimously to support the May bond measure for a new police facility in Salem, Oregon. Our President, Kasia Quillinan, wrote the following letter in support: In Our Opinion (Salem CityWatch) When Salem’s Police Department moved into the first floor of the then new City […]

2 Willamette U. Lectures with Dr. Martin Hart-Landsberg – April 6th

The Departments of History, Politics and Economics are pleased to present Professor Martin Hart-Landsberg, a leading expert on East Asian economics and globalization, who will speak on two major issues: WHY UNIONS MATTER Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 11:30 AM Willamette U. campus | Eaton Hall 211 (map: C.5/1+) There will make a short presentation followed by a discussion. […]